Devotees prayed to Devi Kushmanda, the fourth form of Devi Durga. According to the Hindu texts, she created the universe with a flash of her smile and also governs the Sun. On Chaturthi (the fourth day), and as per the Hindu scriptures Chaturthi Tithi belongs to Lord Ganesha. While every lunar month has two Chaturthi dates, the one during Navratri holds much religious significance. Lakshmi Panchami is also celebrated on this day.
At the Durga Temple:
Each days Ramayan Path brings more enthusiasm to the devotees as we sing our way towards Ram Navami on April 14th.
Be sure to join us in person and tune-in online via our facebook page throughout this Chaitra Navratri festival!